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Demonstrations in Iran demanding the expulsion of Iraqis

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Demonstrations in Iran demanding the expulsion of Iraqis

Post by RamblerNash on Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:01 pm

Demonstrations in Iran demanding the expulsion of Iraqis

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(Reuters) - A demonstration in the southern city of Abadan, south of Iran's Khuzestan province, took place on Thursday evening against the influx of Iraqi visitors to the city.

A video posted by Iranian news websites today showed hundreds of demonstrators in the city of Abadan shouting slogans in Persian, "Take out the Iraqis," referring to the influx of Iraqi visitors from the southern provinces to the province of Khuzestan without visas, according to the agreement between Baghdad and Tehran.

"The demonstration went out in protest against the influx of Iraqis from the southern provinces to buy Iranian goods, following the collapse of the local currency riyal," the channel said.

A member of the free economic zone in the city of Abadan, Ismail Zamani: "The visa was canceled for foreign tourists," stressing the lack of interest of the Free Zone Organization repercussions of the demonstration on the economic and security conditions.

"The protests in the city of Abadan came against the background of the decline in the purchasing power of the Iranians, and an increase in the value of the Iraqi dinar against the local currency, prompting Iraqis, especially the people of Basra, to come to the city of Abadan to buy goods and goods.


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